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In The Face – Sub FM Radio Show March 17th

The latest In The Face x Sub FM radio show is now up online, with Gash & Deadbeat spinning a healthy selection of the latest garage, jackin house and bassline for your listening pleasure. Also joining us this week is Well Rounded label boss Donga on the guest mix, an all vinyl selection ranging from dubstep to techno via garage and even reggae. As usual the blend is impeccable, and most of the vinyl used was from his Brighton shop, Well Rounded Vinyl Vendors.
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ITF Radio: Audiogutter Sub FM Guest Mix

We didn’t manage to record the whole show for this one, but Audiogutter did post up his half hour guest mix, packed full of heavy mutant-electro stompers, bassline wobbles and hard hitting breakbeats, with many exclusives from the man himself and tunes forthcoming on his labels Under The Surface Records & Mostly Allsorts. Catch In The Face’s Sub FM show every other Tuesday as well as Audiogutter live at the next In The Face on May 9th at Volks.
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Hadean – In The Face Mix #010

The latest In The Face Mix comes courtesy of our resident boy wonder Hadean straight from South East Asia! Packed full of exclusive bangers, this one’s sure to get you moving, with fresh dubs from the man himself, Deadbeat, Killjoy and Kanji among many others.
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Skepon – Live @ In The Face

As someone who doesn’t go around shouting (or even whispering…) about himself Skepon has long been a well kept secret in Brighton. An accomplished producer who’s written numerous tunes over the years and a fine DJ as this set demonstrates. A throbbing mix that holds back from much of our usual mutant bass inspired output and takes in more than a smidgen of the soulful end of the spectrum it’s a laudable background listening companion that’ll keep your feet tapping.
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Releases blog

Phatworld – 70% EP

Phatworld return with this 70% vibes, 100% serious EP and from the off you know this one’s a biggun. All four tracks are bangers in their own right, from the Sheffield lilt of MC LY on the intro of Burnt In The Street making way for that wonky Off Me Nut bass. Second track Big Hoovz starts a little like Constant Guy, with cheeky guitar plucks preceding the mental drop. Zengagirls sums the EP up perfectly with its vocal sample ‘get on the dance floor’ telling us all we need to know, as does the final track’s ‘turn it up’ blending in nicely with MC K-Dot. At £2.50 for 4 tracks it’s a steal.
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Slick Shoota – Draw VIP

Three of Slick Shoota’s best tunes get the VIP treatment for this free EP, combining juke with jungle and bassline. Every track is a banger from the title track with its mental mashing up of footwork with 4×4, through the lush reece’s and breaks on Jungle Chamber VIP and rave-classic female vocal stylings of Glory Daze VIP. This is how you do it!
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PVC – She Can Get It/ You Know My Man

Local lad PVC (Purple Velvet Curtains – in case you’re interested) hits the big time with his first release out on DJ Q’s new label, Q Recordings. The A-side is the real hard hitter on this release with its catchy baritone vocal hook, bouncy bassline and skippy beats hitting somewhere between garage, bassline and house. A great debut from PVC and the label, available from Juno among other places.
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Mixes blog

DJ Sega – The Purge (MTV Hive)

I never quite know what to say about DJ Sega, as he kind of resides in a category all of his own. This mix is packed full of his usual mashups of pop/dance/whatever he feels like tunes overlaid with his trademark bass & breaks. Bouncy, fun and full of party vibes, I feel they don’t always work but when they do it makes it all worthwhile.
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Zebra Katz – DRKLNG

Zebra Katz is making waves, after last years fantastic debut on Jeffrees with the game changing Ima Read (an excellent new version of that included on this by the legend that is Busta Rhymes). Hip hop this original should be illegal, and with this mixtape he sets the bar very high. A big part of that originality is the music behind the lyrics, some of which he produces himself, but the rest is from the likes of our friends over at the Senseless camp, with Lenkemz and Deville supplying some excellent beats. It doesn’t take a genius to realise just how huge Zebra Katz is going to be.
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